BiLock

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A BiLock padlock.

BiLock is a high-security key locking system, designed and manufactured by the Australian Lock Company Pty Ltd. Developed by Master Locksmith Brian Preddy in the early 1980's, the BiLock keying system provides resistance to picking, impressioning and key duplication. The U-shaped key operates on up to 12 tumbler pins, which in turn activate 2 sidebars. BiLock's distinctive duel edged key and logo symbolise innovation, quality and reliability. These prime features have been recognised through the numerous design awards Australian Lock Company has received over the years.

The latest design and development in the BiLock product range, has been BiLock New Generation. Offering an intelligent new design and twin bladed key, it operates a 12 pin programme of tumbler pins, with 6 on either side. These pins in turn activate 2 sidebars to provide the end-user with up to 16,770,000 possible lock, key or cylinder combinations. In addition to a space age moving component within the key, a uniquely shaped, horizontally positioned security rod has been built into the cylinder to activate the 13th locking dimension. Without this component, the 13th dimension cannot be activated which adds yet another feature to BiLock's exceptional level of quality.

The BiLock innovation has continued with the development of BiLock Quick Change Core pr QCC. Now with QCC, re-keying can be as simple as withdrawing a plug and replacing it with another in a matter of seconds.

Only authorised BiLock agents have permission to design, manufacture, install and maintain your BiLock high security master key system. Their ability to quickly change combinations and cut new or additional keys means your system and security is never compromised.

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